DANNO KLONOWSKI is a cartoonist and podcaster. MATT RISNES is a noted film blogger and podcast guest. They have been friends for nearly 20 years and like talking about stuff at length and in-depth. In the third episode they are joined by musician and cartoonist  CASEY ‘NELS’ NELSON, a friend of about equal amount of time, who used to be in the bands POSH and END TRANSMISSION with Matt.  So listen in as the three discuss what it meant to be in a band in 1990’s Minnesota. Of course there is lots of great music by both POSH and ET played throughout the podcast. So enjoy some great 90’s rock!

POSH in the heyday at Cafe Ami. Nels singing and Shloggs (unseen) on drums.

Shloggs rocking the bass in END TRANSMISSSION.


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  1. Cory Swap says:

    Great podcast guys, loved every tantalizing second of it.

    | Reply Posted December 2, 2012, 4:30 pm
  2. Charlie says:

    Nice work, gents.

    | Reply Posted December 3, 2012, 1:08 am
  3. You guys are killing me! This is terrific stuff. You should have gotten me to come on here too. I would’ve loved to do it. Nice work! 🙂

    | Reply Posted December 5, 2012, 1:38 am
  • Captain Ringfinger says:

    Nels giving the business card to the guy who just angrily threw them out of the entry was hilarious.

    Loved the “Tom catching the beer” story 🙂

    Coon Rapids Band would have been a decent band name, descriptive at least.

    The whole Vortex story was great.

    And I totally forgot that Matt and Nels stayed at my dad’s house for a summer until I listened to this podcast. Best thing was when Welter would come over and play Master of Orion on the computer and wake Matt up with murderous rage.

    Another great and informative show since I missed most of this stuff being away at college.

    | Reply Posted June 5, 2013, 4:13 pm

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